NBCUniversal Television Distribution announced a partnership with The Video Call Center to bring virtual guests to Maury and The Steve Wilkos Show, for the 2020-21 season. With the VCC’s Caller Cloud solution, the production teams can reach more people and expand the range of the stories they tell, while maintaining safe, remote practices. The VCC […]
Richard Borjas moves from Telemundo to identify and develop original programs and formats as well as overseeing the division’s Los Angeles-based shows, including The Kelly Clarkson Show, Access and Access Live.
The new daily, first-run syndicated court program with the Jerry Springer presiding as judge, has been sold to 206 stations across the country by NBCUniversal Television Distribution.
The syndicated version of Dateline is currently in its second season airing on Fox Television Stations as well as leading station groups across the country and has been renewed for season three on Sinclair, Hearst, Tribune, Nexstar, Graham Media, Gray, Cox Media Group, Tegna, Scripps, Sunbeam, Weigel, Block, Hubbard and more.
NBC is shooting a talk-show pilot with The Voice star Kelly Clarkson that would potentially be shopped for a fall 2019 debut, sources close to the company confirmed. Clarkson has a talent deal with NBC Entertainment, which now oversees NBCUniversal Television Distribution, including all first-run development for TV stations. That said, the show could potentially be offered to TV stations in syndication or it could air on another platform or in combination.
The station group may not renew Maury, Jerry Springer and Steve Wilkos beyond 2015-16, when its current contract with syndicator NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution ends, according to multiple sources. Tribune airs the shows in many markets, including six of the top 10.